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Daughter of Squire and Mrs. Loontwill. Middle sister to Alexia Tarabotti Maccon and Evylin Loontwill.

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Felicity becomes involved with the National Society for Women's Suffrage. She moves into the new Woolsey Pack residence in London as a result of her mother's disapproval of the association. Later, it is discovered that she has been spying on Alexia and acting as a drone for Countess Nadasdy, and that she hopes to court Lord Ambrose.

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Felicity tells Lady Kingair about Professor Lyall's involvement with the Kingair Affair in hopes that her sister's involvement with keeping the secret will ruin her marriage.


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  • “Felicity and Evylin were both quite beautiful: pale insipid blondes with wide blue eyes and small rosebud mouths. Sadly, like their dear mama, they were not much more substantive than 'quite beautiful.” (Soulless, Chapter Two)
  • “The important question is, what will your wear for a wedding dress, Alexia? You look horrible in white.” (Soulless, Chapter Fourteen)
  • “I never read if I can help it. It is terribly bad for the eyes. And it causes one’s forehead to wrinkle most horribly, just there.” (Changeless, Chapter Six)
  • “Felicity was horrible and snide, but then Felicity had been a repulsive earwig ever since she first grew a vocabulary.” (Changeless, Chapter Seven)
  • Lady Maccon cogitated. She would like to encourage this new spirit of social-mindedness. If Felicity needed anything in her life, it was a cause. Then she might stop nitpicking everyone else.” (Heartless, Chapter Two)
  • “Felicity grimaced in agreement. “No, you are perfectly correct. I did not realize how vital the approbation of one’s butler is in allowing for nocturnal autonomy.” (Heartless, Chapter Two)
  • “If left together for too long, the two of them might actually take over the civilized world, through sheer application of snide remarks.” (Heartless, Chapter Two)
  • “To be stupid was one thing; to be stupid and evil yielded up untidy consequences.” (Heartless, Chapter Thirteen)
  • "She was the type of girl who would show her neck to a vampire one moment and her ankle to a chimney sweep the next." (Timeless, Chapter Two)
  • "You may, quite possibly, be evil,' said Biffy in a resigned tone." (Timeless, Chapter Nine)

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